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Once again, the future of the proposed retreat center at the former Air Force test annex is up in the air after being tabled by the Ava Planning Board at Tuesday’s meeting. more
A family of seven have been displaced following a bedroom fire on West Embargo Street early Friday morning, according to the Rome Fire Department. more
A state required site environmental quality review and site plan review for redevelopment at the former Beeches Inn & Conference Center on Turin Road were tabled by the city Planning Board. more

“Give a man a mile of road and he can go a mile. Give a man a mile of runway and he can go anywhere.” CommuteAir Recruiting Manager Kwasi Bandoh quoted. more
A 3-year-old Rome girl was killed in a motor vehicle crash in Otsego County Wednesday night, according to the New York State Police. more
A new playground will be the latest addition for Utica’s T.R. Proctor Park. The park has recently been subject to many upgrades and enhancements. more
During its decade-long history, The Tailor and the Cook, Utica’s esteemed farm-to-table restaurant, has followed a course from local recognition to national renown. more
The New Hartford Central School District recently asked its stakeholders to answer a survey to define where they feel the district is doing well and where improvement is needed. more
There will be a decidedly new look on Main Street in the hamlet of Clark Mills as demolition began Tuesday, Nov. 1, of the large old mill building. more
The Oneida Indian Nation hosted nearly 400 local veterans and honored them for their service at its 21st annual Veterans Recognition Ceremony and Breakfast. more
The Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for its newly completed $14.8 million MILCON perimeter security project. more
Following a stabbing incident Monday at Proctor High School, acting Superintendent Brian Nolan wants students to remember that if they see something, they should say something. more
Drivers will see some major changes at and around the intersection of Route 26, Route 365 at the southern end of South James Street. more
Some Oneida County voters will see something new when they go to vote on Election Day. more
Micron Technology Inc. hosted an Educators Forum at the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology for educators to meet and greet with Micron leaders. more
The New York Lottery today announced one winning second-prize ticket for the $1 billion Powerball drawing on Monday, Oct. 31, was sold at the Parkway Drugs store at 485 French Road in Utica. more
Indium Corporation, a U.S.-based global materials supplier to the electronics assembly and semiconductor packaging industries, organized a grand opening. more
Early voting for the Nov. 8 election started Saturday in New York state, and the state attorney general’s office is once again staffing an election protection hotline to help voters. more
Mohawk Valley Community College will offer a series of tours for students interested in majoring in hospitality programs at its Rome campus, 1101 Floyd Ave. more
AmeriCU recently presented a $150,000 check to Steven Bulger, ICAN CEO an executive director, to support the nonprofit’s commitment to keeping families together. more
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